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‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ is the film America needs

‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ is the film America needs

By Scott Lerer, Collegian Correspondent February 18, 2021
A great film that is both emotionally impactful and highlights important American history.
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‘Framing Britney Spears’ shines a light on the dark side of pop culture

By Molly Hamilton, Assistant Arts Editor February 18, 2021
The documentary “Framing Britney Spears” explores mistreatment and mystery surrounding the early 2000’s favorite pop star.
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‘Best of Both Worlds’: How UMass’ response to COVID-19 reminds me of Hannah Montana

By Max Schwartz, Collegian Correspondent February 18, 2021
“This is our future and we’re playing with it like fire.”  
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Earth goes round and round

By Ran Ren “David”, Collegian Contributor February 8, 2021
“Living in a different country and having travelled to different places, my friends scattered across the world, I have no one here with me. More so now that COVID hit. 400 days. Alone. Abroad.”
‘Wonder Woman 1984’ disappoints as a sequel

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ disappoints as a sequel

By Scott Lerer, Collegian Correspondent January 19, 2021
It sadly isn’t as good as the first “Wonder Woman” film with its cheesier tone that may annoy some, but may appeal to others.

Despite being a solid film, ‘Mank’ may not be intriguing for those who haven’t watched ‘Citizen Kane’

By Scott Lerer, Collegian Correspondent January 19, 2021
Despite the film’s downfalls, due to the scarcity of films that came out in 2020, “Mank” may easily end up as one of the better ones.
Southwest is barren: Reflections on a lost semester

Southwest is barren: Reflections on a lost semester

By Alexandra Molloy, Collegian Staff November 11, 2020
Once full of life, COVID-19 transformed Southwest into a ghost town.
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Two passionate UMass students develop an app to support Amherst businesses

By Nicole Bates, Collegian Correspondent November 10, 2020
Find your new favorite lunch spot in Amherst with The Yerli.
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Wallows is doing it all amidst a pandemic

By Lulu Kesin, Collegian Staff November 9, 2020
Wallows is committed to producing content and inspiring social change throughout the lockdown.
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Nine non-horror Halloween movies for not-so-scary spooky season

By Sophia Larson, Collegian Contributor November 2, 2020
Halloween movies minus the horror.

Halloween movies for the faint of heart

By Emma Ryan, Collegian Staff October 28, 2020
From classics like “Hocus Pocus” to new spins on them like “Frankenweenie,” there’s a movie out there for everyone this Halloween.
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How to mix summer fashion with fall fashion

By Riti Jain, Collegian Contributor October 26, 2020
As the seasons change, learn how to intertwine fall and summer fashion.
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